A global leader in BFSC services, JP Morgan said that it would hire over 4000 experienced Indian IT engineers this year in India. This investment bank has a headcount of 35000 IT people in Technology with operations in Bengaluru, Mumbai, and Hyderabad, which support its global operations.
Gaurav Ahluwalia, head, HR India corporate centres in JP Morgan, said, “Technology is vital for our client success and business strategy. We are looking forward always to grow talent to support this in the cloud, big data, AI, Machine learning, digital platforms, and cybersecurity. The majority of hiring for Indian IT engineers would be in the Bengaluru tech centres.
He further said, “With 12 billion USD annual budgets of the organization, and more than 50 thousand technologists globally, our focus on Technology has a direct impact on the productivity, performance, and satisfaction of our global clients and over 2.5 lakh employees.
Recently, the CEO of JP Morgan, Jamie Dimon, has announced to commit 2 million dollars to support Covid-19 relief efforts in India, which is also part of the US India Friendship Alliance. This contribution will help the public health system in India to improve the capacity and supply chains to small hospitals. Other donations will also be used to provide food and essentials to low-income communities across the country.
The Bank also said that it would also open a matching campaign for employees worldwide to contribute to select organizations supporting Covid-19 relief efforts; JP Morgan will match the contribution 1:1.
JP Morgan has committed 30 billion USD to advance racial equity over the next five years to drive an inclusive recovery, support employees, and break down barriers of systemic racism.
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